Hudson River tunnel

NJ TRANSIT trains. (credit: CBS2)

NJ TRANSIT Again Apologizes For Amtrak Power Problems

Friday’s commute got off on the wrong track when Amtrak power problems caused delays for Amtrak and NJ TRANSIT riders for the fourth time this week.


Penn Station

Repairs To Sandy-Damaged Hudson, East River Tunnels Could Cut Rail Service

Four rail tunnels that carry trains in and out of New York City may have to be closed one at a time for at least a year to repair damage from Superstorm Sandy.


NJ Transit train (credit: CBS 2)

Track Problem Causes Morning Delays For NJ TRANSIT Commuters

New Jersey TRANSIT commuters were faced with 20 to 30 minute delays in and out of New York Penn Station during the morning rush because of the track problem.


An Amtrak train pulls in to Penn Station - Newark, NJ - Jun 4, 2010 - Photo: Evan Bindelglass / WCBS 880

Broken Wire Repaired, But Residual Train Delays Remain In And Out Of Penn Station

The repairs forced trains to run on a single track in and out of New York.


Rail tunnel under the Hudson River. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)

New Jersey Granted Extension On Tunnel Tab

The U.S. Transportation Department has granted New Jersey an extension of just over two weeks on the $271 million it owes for a scrapped rail tunnel project.


Rail tunnel under the Hudson River. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)

NJ To Challenge Feds Over $271M Tunnel Bill

Gov. Chris Christie plans to challenge the $271 million the federal government says New Jersey owes after canceling a rail tunnel.


Artist rendering of trans-Hudson tunnel platform extension at Penn Station. (Credit: NJ Transit & Port Authority)

NJ Must Pay $271M For Canceling Tunnel

New Jersey owes the federal government more than $271 million after canceling a rail tunnel connecting the state with New York, according to a debt notice.